Easter in Ordinary: Reflections on Human Experience and the Knowledge of God

Easter in Ordinary Reflections on Human Experience and the Knowledge of God Relying on John Henry Newman Friedrich von H gel Martin Buber and briefly Hegel Kant Schleiermacher J F Fries and Karl Rahner and writing from a Christian perspective Lash argues that mystici

  • Title: Easter in Ordinary: Reflections on Human Experience and the Knowledge of God
  • Author: Nicholas Lash
  • ISBN: 9780813911502
  • Page: 377
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Relying on John Henry Newman, Friedrich von H gel, Martin Buber and, briefly, Hegel, Kant, Schleiermacher, J F Fries, and Karl Rahner, and writing from a Christian perspective Lash argues that mysticism should not be reduced to feelings and that the experience of God is not something other than the general experiences had in ordinary life While accessible to lay Relying on John Henry Newman, Friedrich von H gel, Martin Buber and, briefly, Hegel, Kant, Schleiermacher, J F Fries, and Karl Rahner, and writing from a Christian perspective Lash argues that mysticism should not be reduced to feelings and that the experience of God is not something other than the general experiences had in ordinary life While accessible to lay readers, this book would be appreciated by professional philosophers and theologians Library Journal A classical, contemporary example of the theological mind at its clearest is Nicholas Lash s Easter in Ordinary This complex, distilled, but deeply affecting study of William James, Newman, von H gel, and Buber, among others, is the choice product of the believing theologian s art Tradition rebottled with an awareness of postmodern needs but not necessarily with the mass market tastes in mind Demanding, uncommon, quenching Commonweal

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    • Nicholas Lash

      Nicholas Langrishe Alleyne Lash born 1934 is an English Roman Catholic theologian Having served in the British Army, and having been briefly ordained to the Roman Catholic priesthood, he held for twenty years the post of Norris Hulse Professor of Divinity in the University of Cambridge from 1978 to 1999.Brilliant and imaginative, Nicholas Lash is the author of numerous theological books, and a regular contributor to The Tablet A loyal and obedient Roman Catholic, Lash has voiced strong but measured criticism of authoritarian practices among leading figures in his tradition, arguing for open debate on a variety of topics, including the ordination of women.

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